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That started a couple of weeks ago and obviously affects his productivity. In your comments you indicate that you are this person's manager. A such, you owe it to him to understand what is going on and point out the affect on his productivity. Talk to him privately. Mention that you have seen his productivity decline and that it appears to coincide with ...


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Be polite but straight about this. Don't ask about his personal life (because that's his issue to deal with (if he has an issue)). Ask about his productivity and point out that it doesn't look as though he's producing work to the same amount or quality as the rest of the team. Offer to help in his project work. If he doesn't wish to work to the same ...


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Meet up with the employee in private, and be more direct about what you've noticed: I see you on your phone a lot these days, but we have enough work to get on with and you aren't meeting your deadlines. I feel like your phone is a distraction to you, is there any reason why you need to use it so often? It is normal not to use personal phones at work. ...


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Being a pioneer in the industry for quite some time now, I believe I’m experienced enough to answer this question. But before I proceed further, I would like to give a gist of what exactly gamification means and how it motivates organizations achieve their goals. The word “gamification” simply means, being able to take up compelling and fun elements from ...


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